Role Incumbent
Board Chair Board Chair Emeritus Professor David Wilmoth
Pro-Vice Chancellor, Academic Deputy Board Chair Emeritus Professor Helmut Lueckenhausen
Vice-Chancellor Justin Beilby
Chief Customer Officer Sam Jacob
Pro Vice Chancellor, Business Greg Harper
Dean, Design Mieke Mcevey-Leppens
Dean, Education Mick Grimley
Dean, Health Simone Morley (interim member)
Dean, Hospitality Elizabeth O’Brien
Student Members Youssif Maximus
Director, Product Innovation Hub Paul Brafield
Director, Quality Torrens Fionna Scott-Milligan
Vice President, Student Administration Nicolene Murdoch

EMERITUS PROFESSOR DAVID WILMOTH
EXTERNAL MEMBER AND CHAIR

PhD (U Calif at Berkeley), MTCP (U Syd), B Econ (Hons) (U Qld), FAICD

David Wilmoth is Director of Learning Cities International Pty Ltd, an advisory and project management company for education and urban development. He works with private, government and multilateral clients in the start-up and expansion of education institutions, institutional expansion, regulatory compliance and public-private partnership transactions, working in over thirty countries.

He was Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Dean of Environmental Design and Construction and now Emeritus Professor of RMIT University. He was a long-standing member of the Academic Board and led the higher education sector, international development and other portfolios. He led the build-up of RMIT’s international student body and was foundation CEO of RMIT University Vietnam, now a major branch campus, along with campuses and partnership programs in many other countries.

He is a director of the Australia-Vietnam Education Promotion Association, which provides university scholarships to Australians of Vietnamese background, and a director of AFS Intercultural Programs Australia, part of the world’s largest program of secondary student exchange. He was a director and CEO of Monash International and Monash College, the university’s pathway provider, and chair of the board of Royal Children’s Hospital International and Melbourne’s Knowledge Precinct. He was President (Victoria) of the Australia-Africa Business Council.

David teaches a masters-level course in decision-making and governance at the University of New South Wales. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of the Australian Institute of International Affairs. He has degrees in economics and planning from the Universities of Queensland, Sydney, and California at Berkeley, and graduate certificates in educational leadership and management from Harvard University and the University of Melbourne.